Mr Victor Polizelli > KLA Advogados > Sao Paulo, Brazil > Lawyer Profile
KLA Advogados Offices
AV. BRIGADEIRO FARIA LIMA 1355
CEP 01452-002 SÃO PAULO, SP
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Mr Victor Polizelli
International and domestic taxation, including mergers and acquisitions, cross-border investments, transfer pricing, wealth & succession planning.
Partner at KLA Advogados.
International Fiscal Association (IFA); Counsellor of Brazilian Institute of Tax Law (IBDT); Brazilian Bar Association (OAB).
Portuguese, English, German, Spanish.
Founding member of the firm (2002), became partner (2010). He is currently also Professor and Coordinator of Courses in International Tax Law at the Brazilian Institute of Tax Law (IBDT). Worked as a Professor of Tax Law in post-graduation courses of Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV) and the Law School of the University of São Paulo (USP).
Doctor (2013) and Master (2009) Degrees in Tax Law at USP. Bachelor of Laws (2001) and Accountancy (2008) at the University of São Paulo.
KLA Advogados provides a broad range of consulting and litigation advice on all federal, state and municipal taxes and social security contributions. Tax planning and structuring are key areas of expertise, particularly on major M&As, joint ventures, corporate reorganisations and supply chains. Henrique Lopes, one of the firm’s founding partners, leads the team, which includes Victor Polizelli and José Flávio Pacheco, who is especially involved in customs and indirect taxes. Álvaro Lucasechi is active on the litigation side, particularly on indirect taxes. Former tax judge Luís Flávio Neto has a strong focus on direct taxes and transfer pricing.
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